Spiritual Entrepreneurs…Marketing is your Day Job! | Online Learning


Your medicine isn’t complete until it’s been used to help someone. When you make the leap for your passion to become your spiritual business and profession, the key to anchoring your dream into reality is to learn the discipline of marketing.

I know first-hand that most spiritual entrepreneurs struggle with marketing. Maybe you feel "salesy" or you say to yourself "I posted it once and nothing happened." 🙇🏽‍♀️

I have been working in marketing in some form or another since I was 18, but I didn't realize how important it was until I started doing it for our own business (10+ years strong). Most businesses fail not because the idea, product, or service was terrible, but because people didn't know how to get their message out to the right people.

But before we can talk about marketing tactics, we have to talk about the marketing mindset. On this workshop, I'm sharing all of the mental hurdles you have to clear and the frame of mind you MUST embody in order to be a marketer because the days of "build it and they will come" are long over. 

Being on social media does not have to be a time-suck, nor does it have to be complicated or draining. In this lunch and learn live workshop, participants will learn the must-implement strategies and must-do mindset shift that’s required to communicate, showcase, and, yes, SELL the medicine you’re offering to your world.

This workshop is designed to prepare you for marketing in the following ways:

  • Getting you comfortable with being a marketer and a medicine-maker (your medicine is your gift wrapped in a product, service, or solution for others)

  • Unlocking your voice and reducing the overwhelm that accompanies communicating with your audience

  • Helping you understand the importance of compensation and the spiritual principle of receiving

  • Giving you an herbal blend that will help pair the creative energy with the discipline that’s required to get your message and your work out into your world

There are no refunds or exchanges on virtual classes.